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Women cycle rally in Gurgaon: Yogendra Yadav to flag the event
The Aam Admi Party in Gurgaon has taken unconventional routes to promote their cause before the Lok Sabha elections, scheduled on April 10. The latest is that they are supporting a women's cycle rally, which is organised by an all women's team on Sunday.

Nisha Singh, one of the organisers, who is also the national spokesperson of AAP explained the objective of the rally by saying, '' Yogendra Yadav has identified five women related issues pertaining to women in Gurgaon, through the social media and he wishes to resolve those issues.'' Thus this cycle rally is a way to bring everyone together, who supports those issues which are- efficient, economical & integrated public transport, public safety, water & sanitation, higher education avenues, facilities for migrant population.

There is a registration process for the event but the expectant people (both man and women) to attend the event is 200. Scheduled to start from 8 am, this rally would follow the Raahgiri route and the starting venue is The Roots Café, Leisure Valley Park, Sector 29. The event would be flagged by Yogendra Yadav, AAP Lok Sabha Candidate for Gurgaon.

When asked about the importance of the rally, Nisha Singh, the national spokesperson said, ''As women of Gurgaon, it is time that we start engaging in politics. In general, if we look at the political scenario, there is a gap, which needs to be filled. It is time that women take position, making their demands heard and joining politics. This is the only way forward for the future for women.''

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